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-stars weigh in on battleground america. >>> and against all odds, after sandusky, penn state's incredible comeback. my exclusive interview with the coach of the year. >>> and a reunion with a dear old friend whose bark is as bad as her bite. sharon osbourne. her incredible year of highs and lows and how she's rebuilding her life after facing a terrible health prognosis. >> i couldn't see myself going through chemoagain. >> this is "piers morgan tonight." >>> good evening. who ever thinks the american dream is dead or dying should meet mark and cindy hill, a missouri couple who live a very ordinary life. at least that's what they were doing until wednesday and a little thing called power ball came along. sure, the odds were 1 in 175 million, but like everybody else in america, pretty much everyone else, they bought a ticket. wouldn't you know it, they won. sharing the jackpot with another lucky winner. today, the hills are holding a check in their hands for a cool $293 million. not surprisingly, they are in a state of shock. while we wait for them to absorb what's happened, i talked to two
with penn jillette to talk about harry houdini, magic, and familia. >>> kate middleton spending a second day in the london hospital and prince william has been at his pregnant wife's side as she is treated for severe morning sickness. >> the palace ended speculation about the duchess yesterday, confirming she is expecting. abc's nick schifrin joining us live from london. good morning, nick. >> reporter: good morning, paula. good morning, rob. what an exciting morning it is here. kates had her belly stared at, her every action scrutinized since the wedding, and now all of those people who have been incorrectly guessing she was pregnant for months are finally right. baby watch is over. 30-year-old kate middleton aka the future queen of engand is two months' preg nantd. the countrymen and women all isn't their well wishes. >> absolutely wonderful news. and i am delighted for them. i am sure they will make absolutely brilliant parents. >> it is about time we got a little princess or prince for the uk. >> reporter: well, it's been only 19 months since that kiss. but from the very beginning the wo
♪ >> announcer: "world news now" weather brought to you by colonial penn life insurance. ♪ ♪ >> announcer: "world news now" weather brought to you by colonial penn life insurance. ♪ >>> well, you have seen the commercials on tv, the ads that promise reverse mortgages to solve your money problems and every other problem, 99 of them right. >> exactly. companies are targeting senior citizens and in some cases causing people to lose everything. now congress is taking some action. abc's jim avila reports. >> it was just grand, this was our dream. >> reporter: the family home, dream and nest egg for wisconsin's linda and jim mcmahon until it had to be sold out from under linda to pay back a reverse mortgage as soon as her husband died. >> i get a letter sorry to hear about your husband passing away. buy the house or move out. >> reporter: reverse mortgages give homeowners an immediate cash payment in exchange for future equity allowing them to stay in the house until death. but only people 62 and older qualify. linda was too young to be on the mortgage so when her older husband died, she lost everyth
"world news now." ♪ ♪ >> announcer: "world news now" brought to you by colonial penn life insurance. i'm done! "are you a cool mom?" i'm gonna find out. [ female announcer ] swiffer wetjet's pads are better than ever. now they have the scrubbing power of mr. clean magic eraser so you don't have to get down on your hands and knees to scrub away tough, dried-on stains. hey, do you guys think i'm "momtacular" or "momtrocious"? ♪ [ female announcer ] swiffer. now with the scrubbing power of mr. clean magic eraser. ♪ ♪ >> well, carrying around an iphone or android makes it of course very easy to waste time playing all those games. >> that has caused some people to take gaming to extremes. abc's david wright has the story. >> reporter: if you have ever played angry bird -- or word with friends, or farmville, you might have sympathy for diane edward of red lion, pennsylvania. she plays farmville on her laptop up to eight hours a day. >> it is addicting, i don't know why, i am 51, what am i doing here playing a farmville game. >> reporter: spend $200 a month on her farmville habit. she c
's always the expectation game. and so her expectations are so high. i remember mark penn saying to a client, and i was there, we'll see you after the election when it's president clinton, and of course it wasn't. the first thing she's got to do is find a new team. the people who led her campaign in 2008 should not be the ones if she decides in 2016 because they didn't get it. they didn't understand it. and secondly that she's got an opportunity now to really fix those challenges that made her such a popular, powerful person among democrats, but so polarizing. i do think she'd be the front-runner. i think joe biden will run as well. and so you're going to have two different generations at each other. and it will be an interesting contrast. if jeb bush decides that he wants to run yet again. we ould have a clinton/bush contest. >> yeah, and nobody knows, but if my impression is at a time like this when a woman has had such a rich and varied life in so many important positions, when history comes calling, you can't say no. >> well, also when everybody you meet, abroad, at home, every day tells
mccall joins me, president of the penn financial group. 63 bucks a head. that is not pocket change. >> no it's not. a lot of people say, what is $63. i spend that on dinner or a christmas present. what they don't realize multiply that by everybody out there that becomes a very, very large number. martha: right. >> as you mentioned a moment ago everybody has to pay for something. this will get passed down to employers which then will most likely pass it down to employees. most employers are trying to cut margins as much as possible to try to make them. when it comes to end of the day, you know what, this is part of obamacare. nothing i can do about it. it will be passed on to you. that will probably hurt wages of you and i. $63 will probably not change anybody's life. but when that is multiplied in economic environment where consumers are struggling, consumers make up 75% of the growth that means a lot. martha: a lot of taxes are kicking in automatically. there is so much focus on fiscal cliff and bush tax cuts that would expire. you have investment tax. this tax. three different on
the penn state sex scandal prompted him to come forward. john roberts live in charlotte, north carolina with this fox exclusive for us. john. >> reporter: good morning to you, jon. a little while ago, noted sleep medicine specialist, dr. jason peck filed suit in ohio against william b. airey head of moose international. claiming when peck was 12 years old airy sexually assaulted him while traveling to a moose-related event. at that time he was an official with the local moose lodge in columbus, ohio where both were living. according to peck. he befriend ad number of kids. took them to the moose lodge to watch television. took them on trips. on one of the trips he alleged that william airy tried to sexually molest him. in this trip to ohio it was full-on sexual assault. listen to what peck told me in an exclusive interview. >> it was in the middle of the night. the room was pitch black and i was very shocked, very scared. recall tears coming down my face, wetting the pillow behind me. and i laid perfectly still and pretty much just kind of went into shock mode and, and i didn't know if i
compromised was, we decided not to bring donny deutsch on to talk about being a penn grad. >> that's true. that's a black eye on the legacy of the institution. i'm so sorry. >> went to wharton. >> joining us now, the president of the university of pennsylvania, amy gutmann, the co-author of the book "the spirit of compromise: why governing demands it and campaigning undermines it." i wonder if there's no better example than right now. >> yeah. we're in the midst of the perfect storm and the only solution to it is compromise. and for once, compromise isn't a dirty word in washington these days because they realize that as you saw even business leaders who stand to pay more with tax rate increases, joe, are in favor of them now. and why? because they know it's going to be part of a compromise. >> you say it's not a dirty word anymore. i agree. i just wonder if it still means what it means anymore? because when we get to something, it's not going to be -- i mean, i think probably the president will get what he wants out of it. i think the polls are leaning in his way. >> let me just stop you
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